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The link between high blood pressure, high cholesterol and excess insulin in the liver...

by , 12 June 2020
The link between high blood pressure, high cholesterol and excess insulin in the liver...
If you've been following a low-fat diet but continue to have elevated total cholesterol and triglyceride levels, it's probably the result of excess insulin in the liver.

High blood pressure can be attributed to excess insulin that causes the kidneys to retain more sodium and the adrenals to secrete too much adrenaline.

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Decades ago, Professor John Yudkin performed a simple experiment - he recruited university students in their 20s to live in a dormitory for one month, eating only the food
provided there.

One group of students had absolutely no family history of diabetes, while those in the other group had positive family histories. At the beginning and end of the month, the students were weighed and had their insulin, cholesterol and triglyceride levels measured.

All of the students, for the entire month, were given exactly the same diet, one containing 400 grams of refined sugar, an amount easily consumed in two to three “soft drinks.”

Keep reading for the results of this experiment...

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At the end of the month, he found that the students with family histories of diabetes had gained an average of 4 kilograms each and had developed significantly higher insulin, triglyceride and cholesterol levels. The students with no family histories of diabetes had gained an average of 1.3 kilograms each.

It may be time you reconsider your diet...


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